2009 Christmas Special

2009 Christmas Special

£5.00

A packed 123 pages of wargaimg fun including the following:

The Camden Campaign – An AWI campaign for Sharp Practice and Tea Taxes & Tories
from Chris Stoesen.
Bocage Bustin’ – Dave “The Colonel” Parker looks at US tactics for dealing with the bocage for TW&T and IABSM
The Game to End All Games – Max Maxwell looks at ideas for solo games with Through the Mud and the Blood
I Wish to Amuse the Fleet with a Signal – Nick looks at Command and Control in Kiss Me Hardy
Bag the Hun Walkthrough – Squadron Leader Johnny Danger takes us on a step by step walkthrough of Bag the Hun 2

Get Your Frickin’ Tentacle Out of my Face – Sci-Fi variant for IABSM from Robert Avery
The Laziest TW&T of All – More rule ideas from Fightin’ Joe Legan
Allan Watermain and the Tomb of the Prophet – Pulp adventure scenario for M&B
The Second Seminole War – A guide to this war with Sharp Practice from Mark
Luther
Two Men of Talavera – A Le Feu Sacre III scenario for the Peninsular
The Defence of Crap Island – A Japanese amphibious landing scenario for the Pacific from Robert Avery
Thanks Heavens for Fellatio! – Captain Fellatio Lawnmower RN mounts a cutting out raid on some dastardly pirates with Sharp Practice
Rating Commanders for TCHAE – Brain Weathersby looks at the leadership in the ACW
Revenge at Camp El Juba – An If the Lord Spares Us scenario in Messpots.
Heroes of the Hearthrug – An overview of the author of Carpet Campaign’s life.
Carpet Campaigns – A 1910 rule set for toy soldier battles
The Savio River Crossing – A TW&T VC action from Tod Creasey
Una, Grande y Libre – A Triumph of the Will scenario from Mack Smackswell
Escape from the `Joy – A 1920 Irish Prison Break for Mud & Blood
Taking Command – Tom “the Hoffmeister” Hoff presents ideas for a battalion level version of IABSM
Totensontag – A desert war scenario for IABSM from Robert Avery
Strike Wing – A Bag the Hun scenario as Johnny Danger and chums take on some coastal shipping

 

 

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